Abortion has been featured on TV more prominently in recent years, notably on Girls , but the taboo remains strong on network television. Yes, it is political, yes it is difficult, but it is also real; and regardless of opinion, abortions do happen. Yet after the shock of finding herself pregnant by her fake ex-husband, Elizabeth spends exactly one episode in tearful contemplation before calling an adoption agency. Perceptive viewers will note that this decision still exposes the baby to the occupational hazards of her life, if only for nine months or so. Rachel Reed February 12, 8: When Elizabeth learned that an open adoption was unlikely due to her recent stint as a fugitive, her devastation illustrated the tension between her desire to be a parent and her aversion to introducing a child to mortal peril.
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Character development as dictated by thematic concerns, real-world biological circumstances, and a less than enthusiastic prop department. Yes, it is political, yes it is difficult, but it is also real; and regardless of opinion, abortions do happen. As ridiculous as the show can be, it usually maintains a grasp on its version of reality. But a recent plot twist placing lead character Elizabeth Keen Megan Boone in a parenting predicament blew a hole in the fourth wall and reversed the already halting narrative conveyor belt. Rachel Reed February 12, 8: No sooner does he seemingly advocate for abortion than he backpedals, charming Elizabeth with the story of how her initially reluctant mother became a grateful one. Perceptive viewers will note that this decision still exposes the baby to the occupational hazards of her life, if only for nine months or so.